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Macromolecular Interfaces with Life Sciences: Oxidative Processes (MILES)

Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University

Abstract

Many boundaries at the chemistry-biology interface remain unexplored and represent unique opportunities for the discovery of advanced technologies and the education of interdisciplinary scientists and engineers. Oxidation processes occur within both synthetic macromolecules and biological systems, offering a common theoretical base. Oxygen-centered radicals are implicated as intermediates in… more »

Contributions[?]

Project members' contributions to the library and showcase are listed here.
Title Category Type Posted At
MILES test Webinar Webinar 11/08/12
Office Mix UP Library Higher education, Article 01/31/12
Targeting of mRNAs with branched peptides Showcase Highlight 11/28/10
Characterization of various polymer materials for biomedical application and gene therapies Showcase Highlight 11/28/10
Molecular dynamic simulations to understand therapeutics for neurological disorders Showcase Highlight 11/28/10
MILES trainees developed a course on the applications of molecular modeling Showcase Highlight 11/28/10
MILES launches the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Interdisciplinary Forum for Discovery in Life Sciences Showcase Highlight 11/28/10
MILES influences graduate student training at Virginia Tech and the future of science and engineering in the United States Showcase Highlight 11/28/10
MILES IGERT trainees education achievements Showcase Highlight 11/28/10
Effect of acute resistant starch consumption by Hispanic women on blood parameters associated with diabetes Showcase Highlight 11/28/10